emergency notifications

westfield township emergency weather system

There are four siren towers located in Westfield Township:

  • Westfield Center – just off the circle on North Leroy Road (old fire station)
  • Cloverleaf High School
  • Medina County Recycle Solid Waste District
  • Corner of Hulbert and Seville Roads

The system is managed by the National Weather Notification and the sirens are activated when a bad block of weather enters Westfield Township. If you hear the sirens, it means severe weather is in Westfield Township and take immediate action.

have text messages or emails sent to your phone by calling Westfield Fire & Rescue at 330.887.5541 or by email. Please provide your name, cell phone number and email address. You will only receive a text or email when bad weather enters Westfield Township.

Medina County Emergency Notifications

The “Alert Registration” is a free service provided by Medina County Emergency Management Agency. In the event of an emergency, an alert will be sent via phone call, text message, and/or email. These messages will inform residents of the situation and give instructions for action.

Wireless Emergency Notification System (WENS) delivers emergency messages based on the contact information you provide. The service will be used only for emergency notification when rapid and accurate information is essential for your immediate safety.

Medina County business owners are also encouraged to register for this potentially life-saving service. Please select business when registering.

Register HERE

Weather Warning Service

You can also subscribe to an optional weather warning service to keep you aware of storm activity as soon as a warning is issued. This service is also free for all Medina County residents. When a warning is issued by the National Weather Service, WENS will automatically send you an alert for the warnings you subscribed for. You will receive the warnings when the address you registered falls within the National Weather Service Warning, not your current location. This is simply a brief message to notify you that a warning has been issued. It is your responsibility to seek additional information.

If you have questions or need assistance signing up, visit the Medina County Emergency Management Agency website or call 330.722.9240.